Arlin Sorensen's Thoughts on Scripture

Habakkuk 3 has the prophet continuing to wait upon the Lord. In this chapter, he prays.  “I have heard the report of you, and your work, O Lord, do I fear”.  While Habakkuk has been vocal about his disappointment in God’s slow response to the evil around him, he also understands that God alone is in control and the timing of His response is all His – not something He’s seeking Habakkuk or anyone else to provide input.  We sometimes forget who is in charge and try to tell God what to do too.  But God alone sits in authority over our universe.  He’s not necessarily looking for our input, just our obedience.

Habakkuk realizes that God has a plan for His people.  God is in the restoration business, but on His terms and His timeline. “You went out for the salvation of your people, for the…

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